Demonstrates how self-confidence and right attitudes are necessary to good health. Reveals how attitudes toward seemingly unrelated happenings, such as failure to get a promotion, can prevent an individual from doing his best and even cause physical illness. For high school, college, and adult groups.
August 10, 2013 Subject:
"Worried Sick" Defined
Although not a common issue in my experience I guess some people can get pretty psychosomatic about not getting what they want.
It was interesting to see a doctor in the day when they were actually respected, and as such, they made housecalls. And I also noted the saturated wall color typical of the late forties. In fact those were the two most interesting parts of this film.
Low in camp; no humor to speak of; bland teenagers without zits or stains on their clothes. Blah.
Director: Ted Peshak; cameraman: Dale Sharkey; writers: Hartley Pfeil, Chuck Probst, Goodman; editor: George Wilbern. Narrator: Cannon Hart. Educational Collaborators: Dean F. Smiley, M.D., and Fred V. Hein, Ph.D., Consultants in Health and Fitness, Bureau of Health Education, American Medical Association. Cast: (COOL EDDIE) -- "MARV BAKER"; JIM ANDELIN -- THE COACH. BEULAH BRANDON -- "MRS. BAKER"